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'A New Beginning" 






Table of Contents 

Opening Page 1 

Dedication 6 

Administration-Faculty-Staff 17 

Features .33 

Who's Who 72 

Classes 80 

Academics 92 



Clubs and Organizations 

Sports 

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Students at Coahoma 
Community College are the 
most important part of the 
whole. Without students 
there would be no school. 
Students are encouraged to 
participate in all walks of 
life. Getting an education is 
most important, but other as- 
pects of life make a whole 
well-rounded person. 





These young people are 
our campus leaders and 
hopefully the leaders of to- 
morrow. We put our future in 
their hands. Left to right: 
Dennis Jackson, Toponsa 
Wells, Sandra Herron, Tonja 
Christian, Stanley Ellis. 





Endeavors are what we endure during our life in college and what we will encounter as life goes on; however, an education comes first in 
order that endeavors can be completed in life. We must look at the total picture. 






First prize is always great to receive; however, it is even more important to be the first person to receive a certain honor or job because of hard, 
diligent work. Dr. Vivian Presley is that person, a special human being. 

Dr. Vivian Matthews Presley is the first woman president of Coahoma Community College, and the first woman to receive a key to the city in 
her own city. For your accomplishments, Dr. Presley, we honorably salute you. May your tenure be one of growth and peace. 




Mayor Henry Espy of 
the city of Clarksdale 
presents the key to the 
City to Mr. Stanton, 
Park Commissioner and 
Dr. Vivian Presley, 
President-elect. 





Dr. Presley presents one of Coahoma Community College's t-shirts as a token of our appreciation to Mr. Stanton after a superb speech on the parks in 
Mississippi. Dr. Presley receives the key to the City from Mayor Espy. 




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Mr. Charles Frances Reid 

Director of Institutional Advancement and Special Assistant 

A Christian, a humanitarian, a philanthropist, Mr. Reid has been loyal to Coahoma Community (Junior) College for over three decades. 

"To everything there is a season and a time and purpose for everything under the heaven." A time for every man to eat, to drink and to enjoy the good of all 

of his labour. 




1992 ^Dedication . . . \Jur f-^adt [-^resident 






The members of the 1 992 Yearbook staff present the first Yearbook to Dr. McKinley Martin. Dr. Martin is joined by his wife. Mrs. Brown, and Mr. Bailey. 




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Mr. Robert Mason 



Mr. Bennie Gooden 



Mr. Jimmy Wilson 




Our Board 




Mr. Marvin Sigmon 



Miss Rena Butler 



Mr. William Bradley 







Mr. Roosevelt Greenwood 



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STOP TRIPPING!!! 

There's foreign language, sign language, the English Language, and then there is CCC language, the language that was heard in the halls 
daily. The language may not have been grammatically correct, nor found in the good ol' dictionary, but if an ostrich doesn't have to fly, why then 
do CCC students have to go by what Webster says. If it sounds good, say it. Well, sorta!!! 

What exactly was this language? 

Well, let's consider CHILL PILL. What was it like to take a chill pill? Was it one of those things you could pop in the freezer, then swallow, 
and the coldness would freeze your hyperness? What boggled me the most was where could I get one of these? Drug Emporium? Viele's? 

Or how about "YOU'RE A TRIP!" What did it feel like to be a trip? Did it mean I was a walking adventure, or did it mean my brain was in la- 
la land and on a trip? 

Remember this one? "STOP TRIPPING!" Where did the word Tripping come from? I know, how about the — "SLANG LAND!" 

Did you ever think of this one? "TOAST!" You'd think people were talking about that crunchy piece of carbohydrates that is smothered with 
butter in the morning, but nooo!!! I guess it's the same as being trashed, burned, or being history. 

How about YO! Who, what, where, why, and when (and to what extent) is a YO? Have people gotten lazy and eliminated the he and u parts of 
hey you and just called it yo! You tell me. 

Lastly there were sayings LIKE SERIOUS! or VEGTIME! and when there was no vegtime it was a BUMMER. 




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Picture 1: Exercising the right to vote. 
Picture 2: Chemicals and learning 
Picture 3: Listening to the candidates 
Picture 4: Class on an ordinary day 



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Congratulations 
1992 Graduates 



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ite from CCC Sunday 



Valedictorian Shirley Artis of Jonestown and 
Salutatorian Angela Washington of Clarksdale 
will lead the 190-plus graduates, including five 
Phi Theta Kappa honorees, of the Coahoma 
Community College Class of 1992 in annual 
commencement exercises Sunday at 10 a.m. at 
the Civic Auditorium. 

The Commencement Speaker for the Class of 
1992 will be Dr. Brenda Ann Hoke, associate 
professor for the Center for Research on Women 
at Memphis State University. 

Phi Theta Kappa graduates from CCC are 
Washington, Vanessa Banks, Stanley Ellis, 
Pearl Featherston, and Valeria Moore. 

Those receiving Associate in Arts Degrees 
(graduate list is incomplete) are: 

Rose Baker, Josephine Banks, Eric Bell, 
Juanita Belton, Alice Boone, Dorothy N. Burris, 
Alanitra Butler, Tonja Christian, Darlester 
Foster, Diane Foster, Pauline Frazier, Dorothy 
Gardner; 

Luster Harris, Johnny Hawkins, Delois 
Henderson, Shirley Herring, Sharon Hodges, 
Terry Hopkins, Dora Jones, Rita Jones, Brenda 
Miller, Monica D. Miller, Nita Miller, Cheryl 
Raiford, Debra Raxon, Kansera J. Rice, Odessa 
Richardson, Dorothy Robinson, Erma Robinson; 

Cordelia Smith, Eula Smith, LaShan C. 
Smith, Sanders Spain, Tracy Stanley, Classie 



Coahoma Community College's 1992 Commence- 
ment Exercises will take place Sunday at 10 a.m. 
at the Civic Auditorium. Miss Shirley Artis, seated, 
the daughter of Gertrude and Eugene Artis of 
Jonestown, is the Valedictorian for the 1992 Class. 
Miss Angela Washington, standing, daughter of 
the late Johnny and Ethel Washington and 
granddaughter of Caroline Miller of Clarksdale, 
serves as the Salutatorian for the CCC Class of 
4 1992. 



Thomas, Rosie Williams, Joey Winford; 

Christine Baker, Gloria Banyon, Reuben 
Bledsoe, Reba Blue, Louise Bradford, Cynthia 
Brown, Helen Brown, Linda Brown, Teresa 
Brown, Lavorn Burnett, Dion Burns, Audrey 
Bush, Benita Bush, Stewart Carpenter, Tracy 
Carr, Vera Carter, Norma Chatman, Verline 
Davis, Mildred Davis, Mark Dixon, Michael 
Dogan; 

Willie Felton, Sheena Gary, Elizabeth Goins, 
Demarcio Green, Ruby Hall, Todd Harris, 
James Hawkins, Angelean Haymon, Sharon 
Jamison, Helen Johnson, Inez John, Lisa 
Johnson, Schlander Johnson, Zenobia Johnson, 
Bob Jones, LaTonia Killebrew, Zandra Lee, 
Mary K Lemon, Jessie Mason, Veronica Miller, 
Nita Moore, Stacy Murry, Pamela Nolan, Alma 
Overstreet; 

Robert Robinson, Doris Scott, Jacqueline 
Shaw, Nadine Simpson, Marilyn Small, 
Maureen Spencer, Virginia Staten, Michael 
Stevenson, Regina Sturdivant, Maggie Thigpen, 
Akakashea Thompson, Shirley Thompson, Clara 
A. Tollfree, Shirley Wade, Robert Watkins, 
Ericka Wilson; 

Vocational Certificates — Teresa Anderson, 
Billie Brinston, Shirley Byrd, Uless Daughrity, 
Leshell Fortney, Lorenzo German, Beverly Hall, 
Joe Ann Harris, Anthony Hodges, Bertha Mar- 
shall, Deward Myles, James Nelson, Barbara 
Townsend, 

Azler Davis, Willie Mae Glasper, Zina Griffin, 
Estella Houston, Consweller Hunter, Ida 
Johnson, Shawana Johnson, Tapfuma Lynom, 
Mary Marshall, Adrain Miller, Lavett Payno, 
Stanley Pelt, Vinaris Scott, Antoinette Stewart, 
Earnestine Strickland, Ricky Strickland, Bever- 
ly Thomas, Frederico Threadgill, Bobbie Ann 
Usry, Gloria Warren, Danny Woodard; 

Associate in Applied Science — Preston Bell, 
Jacqueline McKenzie, Mary L. Carter, Tony Col- 
lins, Marco Curry, Maggie Done, Lamar Ferrell, 
and Helen Williams. 



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The young men and women of Coahoma Community College who do not live at home 
may live in separate dormitories on the campus. The men's dormitory — Friends Hall — 
was built in 1983 under the presidency of Dr. McKinley C. Martin; it houses one hundred 
eighteen male students. Architects and engineers of the building was Brewer, Gudbuld, 
Hensen and Dickson, P.A., and its General Contractors were W. R. Waylor and Son 
Construction Company. Friends Hall is under the management of Mr. James Adams. 

Named in honor of a deceased faculty member and academic Dean, the Frank W. 
Gambrell, Jr. Residential Hall was constructed during the 1977-78 school year during the 
term of President James E. Miller. This three story air conditioned building houses 100 
females and is under the management of Mrs. Evans. 

Many students enjoy the comfort of the Student Union named in honor of the organizer 
of the school — Mrs. Zee A. Barron. This building was constructed in 1978 where various 
types of student activities such as bowling, pool, video games, student publication and 
lounging, as well as book service, food service, and the nurse's office. 

In 1973 the Dickerson-Johnson Library Center was constructed in honor of the school's 
first librarians, Ethel Dickerson and Lillian R. Johnson. It contains more than 60,000 
volumes. Also, included are the media center, seminar room, alumni room, Delta Heritage 
room, and various offices. 




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Fun Fest 
Activities and awards 




Life Begins at CCC 




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oDr. Vivian VfHalthewi ^reitey 

President of Coahoma Community College 




Leadership at Coahoma Community College 

"Aiming In the Same Direction" 




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eachers! Most students groan at the thought . . . homework, pop 
quizzes and essay tests that teachers use to teach. 

However, some teachers are different by adding a little more 
to the class. Most students agree on the outstanding qualities of 
the teacher. 
They get along with everyone. 
They have a good sense of humor. 
They make the class interesting. 

The most important aspect of a favorite teacher is that he or she must be 
able to relate. Through television, movies and whatever else, the teacher 
identifies with ideas of the teenagers. A teacher can talk about a variety of 
subjects involving the lesson, keep the interest level up and still get through 
successfully. 
The teacher needs to talk on your level when explaining things. 
Another way a teacher becomes a favorite is to listen to students. Not j ust 
with school topics, but they talk about the students' personal problems, 
whatever they may be. Some teachers even retain friendships with students after they have left the course. 
The teacher can make class fun without putting the students to sleep. 

The teacher must have a style that is enjoyable. Many students find that group activities are helpful in learning. 
The teacher needs to be concerned with things students are concerned with. 

Finally, the teacher needs to be able to laugh. The class is organized and respectful while still being fun. 
It's really hard to describe what a favorite teacher is. 
A teacher is one who relates to the students, teaches with an interesting style and has an enjoyable class. Any teacher can be a favorite. 



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Mr. Nolen, Mrs. Barron, and Mrs. Maxwell in staff meeting 






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Mrs. P. Brown 

Vice President for Instruction & Community Services 



Mr. C. Reid 

Vice President of Institutional Advancement 




Mr. S.T. Bailey 

Vice President for Operations 




Dr. E. Vaughn 

Vice President for Administration 



Institutional Vice Presidents 



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Administrators 



Dean of Admissions 
Mrs. R. Hanfor 



Dean of General Studies 
Mr. E. Gooden 





Director of Chapter I 
Mr. J. Salley 



Director of Continuing 

Education 

Dr. J. Wiley 





Dean of Vocational Technical 

Education 

Dr. R. Maxwell 




Dean of Library and Instructional 

Resources 

Mrs. M. Green 



English Department Director 
Ms. G. Lewis 





Computer Center Director 
Mr. V. Vasametti 



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Administration Assistant 
Mrs. H. Jenkins 




Director of Youth Opportunity 

Unlimited 

Mr. R. Barnes 



Dean of Student Affairs 
Mrs. C. Gooden 





Teacher Preparation 

Science Department 

Mrs. B. Booker 





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School Nurse 
Mrs. R. Stokes 



Girls' Basketball Coach 
Mrs. E. Stampley 





Upward Bound Director 
Mr. C. Barnes 



Security Director 
Officer W. Houston 



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Head Football Coach 
Coach M. Eubanks 




Athletic Director 
Mr. G. Green 



Director of Financial Aid 
Mrs. P. Brooks 





Manager of Valley Food Services 
Mr. H. Jones 




Coahoma Agricultural High School Faculty and Staff 




Mr. S.T. Bailey — Principal 



Mr. J. Brown 

Freddy Caswell 

Ms. W. Clark 

Mr. M. Harris 



Mrs. A. Hoskins 

Mrs. M. Jenkins 

Mrs. H. Jones 

Ms. R. Lockett 



Mr. M. Milton 

Miss J. Powell 

Mr. L. Robertson 

Mr. E. Seals 



Mrs. J. Shelton 
Mr. A. Shorter 
Mrs. B. Skillet 
Mrs. D. Smith 




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Mrs. Olenzia McBride — Administrative 

Assistant 



Mr. M. Shelton — Counselor 




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Mrs. E. Woodley 



Coahoma Community College Faculty & Staff 





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Ms. N. Stubbs 
Ms. Z. Washington 
Mr. A. Watson 
Vis. L. Webb 



Mr. J. Adams 
Ms. R. Brady 
Ms. C. Bryant 
Ms. M. Cannon 
Mr. H. Dorsey 



Ms. L. Faulkner 
Mr. M. Grainger 
Mr. H. Harrison 
Ms. D. Haynes 
Ms. C. Hopkins 



Mr. M. Jackson 
Ms. D. Lackey 
Mr. L. Lee 
Ms. C. Metcalf 
Ms. G. Milton 



Mr. W. Nicholson 
Ms. M. Payne 
Ms. M. Pointer 
Mr. T. Pollard 
Ms. D. Stamps 




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Queen and Court 




President Presley watches as Mr. Fox salutes Queen. 




A Royal salute in Dance 




Host and Hostess — Marcia Martin, Jamie Bonnev 






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Queen Sandra — Mr. SGA 



Visiting Dignitaries 




Mr. and Ms. Coahoma AHS 
Andrew Thompson & Regina Furdge 



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Color Guards 

Dr. Vivian Presley escorted by Mr. Dwight Presley 

Mr. & Ms. Creative Writing — Margaret Burnett & 
Micheal Smith 

Mr. & Ms. Wesley Foundation — Carious McGhee 
& Loria Till is 

Mr. & Ms. Business Club — Odell Wisdom & 
Deatha Grandison 

Mr. & Ms. VICA — Isiah Pointe & Delfanv 

Winfield 

Mr. & Ms. Basketball — Charles Cooley & 
Charlette Artisx 






Miss Homecoming — Nacquia Spencer escorted by 
Christopher Moore 

Mr. & Ms. Delta Epsilon Chi — Shelia Miller & 
John Harris 

Mr. & Ms. Social Science Club — Denise Johnson 
and Darryl Linzy 

Sophomore Homecoming Maid — Shelia Sanders 
escorted by Jimmy Wagner 

Mr. & Ms. Freshman Class — Aundrea Brown & 
Robert Hamlin 

Physical Education Club — Sonda Burgess and 
Antonio Roberson 

Ms. Cheerleader — Katina Hardin escorted by Eric 
Ratliff 

Mr. & Ms. Barbering — Lila Owens and Charles 
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Mr. & Ms. Cosmetology — Shawn Coleman & 
Evelyv Kidd 

Ambassador — Sherman Robinson & Triccia 
Hudson 

Mr. & Ms. Drama Club — Myreon Williams and 
Phyllis Evans 

Mr. & Ms. Phi Beta Lambda — Yolanda Steward 
& Derrick Reed 

Student Government Association — Elizabeth 
Brown & Eddie Williams 

Ms. Sophomore Class — Sherrin Frieson & John 
April 

Mr. & Ms. Band Chequtia Ford & Terrance Allen 




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Mr. & Ms. Math & Science Symposium 
Freckick Edwards & LaRonda Brown 

Ms. Gambrell Hall — Sonya Price 
Mr. Friends Hall — Curtis Johnson 

Mr. & Ms. Education Club 
Frederick Thompson and Lasonya Linzy 

Resident Hall Counselors 
Natasha Agnew & Lester Douglas 

Musical tribute by Miss Tammy Jones 

Usher — Miss Cynthia Edwards 




Miss CCC and Alternate 



Miss Homecoming Queen and Court 



Royal Processional 

Homecoming Parade 





Flag Ladies 



Troop #404 



Homecoming 1993 Parade 



Drew High School Band 



Rosa Fort High School Band 





Coahoma Community College 
Clarksdale, Mississippi 





Freshman Maid — Edna Brown 
Escort — Micheal Brown 



Sophomore Maid — Shelia Sandes 
Escort — John April 



Crowning of Homecoming Queen by President Presley 



President Presley Salutes Queen 





Miss CCC and Miss Homecoming and Courts 




Former students: 

Shelia, Sherman, LaShun, Charles 



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Royal Football Team 



Royal Cheerleaders 







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Antonio Lampkin 
William Larry 
Darryl Lockett 

Kenneth Haywood 
Chris Barnes 



Royal Subjects 

Patrick Gardner 
Lafay Handy 



Cedrick Tenner 
Temeria Thomas 

Johnny Smith 
Kyra Robinson 

Redrick Monroe 
Rebecca Harvey 

Walter Monroe 
Rotonda Malone 





Kelvin Suggs and Lekisha Watson, Antonio Monroe and Liie Coley, 
Amick Youngblood and Bessie Weaver, Columbus Russell and Patricia 
Pollard, Demarcus Williams and Lefester Wright 



Kendrick Youngblood and Kassy Winters, Patrick Weathersby and Hope Williams, 
Mario Masby and Shonda Mattox, Trina Reddick, Tony Rucker and Katie Johnson 




Chris Haynes and Tonia Johnson, Timothy Clark and Tasha Campbell, 
Adrial Holmes and Lutricia Green, Leardis Griffin and Sharon Harper, 
Jerry Haynes and Clarissa Holly 



Darryl Banks and Kenisha Shelton, Ted Winters and Kawanda Holly, Antonio 
Mayes and Eon Reggans, Gerald Johnson and Sherria Hampton, Eric Galmore and 
Lora Hampton 



Antonye Butler and Latara Allen, Termaine Hanfor and Tomeka Johnson, 
Jeremy Gardner and Latricia Hart, Louis Furdge and Claudia Bickham, 
James Carver and Latonia Rivers 



Marius Fair and LaShasa Griffin, Randy Burnette and Lakeitha Brooks, Delvin 
Brown and Tameka Cockingham, Terry Weaver and Jessie Troop, Terry Henderson 
and Roshaunda Thomas 






Mr. and Miss A.H.S. and Court 




Queen's Royal Walk 



Miss A.H.S. and Parents 
Regina, Joseph, and Violet Furdge 





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Miss BETA 



Miss FHA/Hero 



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Clarksdale Pioneer Band 



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escort 
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Miss Homecoming and Miss A.H.S. watch band performance. 



Homecoming Crowd watches band. 



Majorettes perform. 



CCC-AHA Band performs. 




Women In Leadership . . . 

Women In Science and Technology 





Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker Program of the 
Vocational-Technical Education Division of Coahoma Com- 
munity College hosted its first Annual Women in Science 
and Technology (WIST) Conference on March 21.1 992. The 
purpose of this conference was to promote the participation 
of young women in educational program which will assist in 
preparing them for careers in high technology. This confer- 
ence was to focus on encouraging students to take those 
courses which provide the educational background necessary 
for developing "high tech" skills during later phases of their 
education. 

We invited approximately 200 junior and senior students 
from area high schools that are in our college district to visit 
and participate along with our community college students. 

Special keynote speaker was Mrs. Leatrice McKissack of 
McKissack and McKissack Architects and Engineers Firm. 




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tamt cornerstone in the community 

million construction of 

Community Col- 
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Community College it 
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County Industrial 
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one of a good foundation on 
economic development of 
Coahoma County can be built* 

: along with city and county 
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participants, guests, and CCC 
r «nd student body, were wel- 
to the occasion by newly ap- 
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Making, a biblical reference, Walker 
added: "The land is good, and faith 
willing, we will Use it well." 

As mayor of Clarksdale, Espy stated 
that the new assembly building is yet 
another step of progress for 
Clarksdale and Coahoma County. 
"This building represents community 
progress, community togetherness, 
community focus, and community 
economic .development'' 

Newly elected Beat 5 Supervisor 
Katharine '; Furr represented the 
Coahoma County Board of Super- 
visors in complimenting all the 
cooperation of community, college ad- 
ministration, and elected officials in 
making the new construction a reality. 

This is an asset to the entire area 
and a tribute to the dedicated people 
who brought this dream to fruition.'' 
Furr went on to say that this new con- 
struction of the multipurpose coliseum 
"is a culmination of efforts proving we 



can work together successfully." 

Chamber of Commerce President 
Sally Sullivan quickly let her real sen- 
timents be known about the new facil- 
ty. "We are happy for this new as- 
sembly building, but more than anyth- 
ing, we want to use it," emphasized 
Sullivan, referring to the fact that the 
structure will fill the need* of 
Clarksdale and Coahoma County in 
spacious facilities to host cultural, 
educational, and sporting events in 
the area. "We've already decided that 
we want to call it the Civic 
Auditorium," Sullivan teased. 

The official ground breaking took 
place with guest speakers and other 
invited guests manning the special 
gold shovels with engraved "CCC 
Ground Breaking, New, Assembly 
Building, April 9, 1992" plaques at- 
tached. Dr. Presley headed the list 
and actually mounted the backhoe and 
took the controls to officially get the 
project underway. 



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Dr. Presley presents Dr. Martin an appreciation plaque. 





Board member, 
Rena Butler 




Retiree, Donnie Carpenter 




Retiree, Sadie Wade 

Our Presidents: 

President Miller 
President Presley 
President Martin 






Retiree, James Carver 



Retiree, Joseph Griffin 



Retiree, Cleo Turner 




Retiree, Rose Marie Hood 





Retiree, Derma K. Moton 



Retiree, Rosie Stokes Braugh 






Retiree, Joe Myles 



Retiree, Eva Childress 



A salute in song by A.B. White 




Dr. Martin receives a plaque 
from Mr. Stephanie in apprecia- 
tion for vears served. 




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A Special Part of the Vintage 





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Miss CCC and Alternate 

Our Queen 
Sandra Denise Herron 

A personable twenty-year old, Sandra Denise is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Luevenia Heron of Greenville, 
Mississippi. Of a quiet, kind demeanor, she is an intelligent young lady with a good sense of humor. 

Miss Herron is a graduate of Greenville High School where she was active in a number of clubs and 
organizations, including Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD). 

After graduating, Sandra selected Coahoma Community College with its tradition of excellence as the 
institution at which to begin her college career. She is currently a sophomore Business Administration major who 
is looking forward to graduation in May 1 993. In addition to serving as Miss CCC, Sandra is an Ambassador and a 
member of Phi Beta Lambda. She plans to complete her bachelor's degree at Jackson State University. 

A member of the First Baptist Church of Greenville, Sandra adheres to the biblical proverb: "Trust in the Lord 
with all thine heart; and lean not to thine own understanding." 



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Campus Life — Vocational Education 



Department of Defense (DOD) 

The Department of Defense and the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) program has an Automation Resources program 
that allows leasing of computer and components for a nominal fee. 

Under the AR program, HBCU can lease equipment up to five years for the mere cost of transportation and packing expenses from 
Department of Defense sites and return. 

The Defense Automation Resources Information Center (DARIC) is located in Alexandria, VA., and administers DOD and HBCU AR 
programs. The office is within the Defense Information Systems Agency's Center for Information Management. 

According to Shirley Fields, Director of DARIC, the center also provides an electronic Bulletin Board System (BBS) for use by all 
participating HBCUs. This BBS contains weekly updated listings of available excess of AR in the DOD. After reviewing the listings, the 
HBCU may contact DARIC for assistance in 
transferring the equipment to a specific location. 

The types of equipment available include: 

"■mainframes; 

* minicomputers; 

""microcomputers; 

*modems; 

*disk drives; 

""printers and other peripheral devices. 





The Cosmetology Department 
at CCC recently honored four 
students for their perfect atten- 
dance and effort for the month 
of September in its newly cre- 
ated Incentive program, de- 
signed to reward students for 
making special efforts in their 
classes. From left are Tiffany 
Melton, Ebony Kidd, Calvis Ky- 
les, and Debra Miller along with 
instructor Willie Necholson. 
The students were chauffeured 
to a free meal at Shoney's. 



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"Headed In The Right Direction" 




Natasha Agnew 



Emma Atkins 



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Earl Berry Jr. 



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Mary Bright 



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Helen Bryd 



Cregrick Buckley 



Steve Burnett 



Sean Bush 




Gary L. Clark 



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Priscilla Clark 



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Linda Clay 



Arlanders Cole Anthony Collins Venjalon Collins Charles Cooley Kevin Cosby Melvin Croom Patricia Curtis 




Sharon Coleman 



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Troy Curtis 




Francis Donald 






Sandra Davis 




Naomi Dotson 



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Freddie Earnes 



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Frederick Edwards 



Stephaney Davis 




Kevin Deal 



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Townsend Dozier 




Deverick Dixon 






Lynard Dixon 




Shammain Dudley 




Alane Ellerson 



Phyllis Evans 



Kimbula Fair 



Charlene Fanders 




Terrence Fisher 



Reginald Gibson 




Carlisicia Hardmon 




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Indrea Flowers Chiquita Ford 




Ferando Gordon 



Jessica Harper 



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Lillian Haywood 




LaShaudra Grace 



Mary Harper 



Sherrin Frieson 




Geneva Creaper 




Anthony Harris 




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Katina Hardin 




John Harris 




Jessie Haynes 



Marcus Hence 



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Timothy Kinsey 




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Adrienne McBride 



Marlon McBride 



Mary McMclain 



Cozetta McCray 



Carlos McGee 



Lorenzo McGregory 




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Marilyn McKay 




Mary Marshall 




Sabrina Moton 




Duane Odom 




Elizabeth Pinxton 




Claude McKinney 




Patricia Marshall 



Tashunda Montgomery Jacqueline Moore 




Calandra Owten 








Ida McNutt 



Minnie Malane 




Marcia C. Martin 



Emma Mayes 




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Carlyn Murry 



George Murry 



Pearlie Owten 



Rose Parker 



DeMarco Marion 




Beatrice Miller 



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Randy Payne 




Elziabeth Ratliff 



Eric Ratliff 



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Deborah Marshall 




James Miller 




Erica Morton 




Beverly Nolan 




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Earnestine Phillips 




Pat Rankin 




Edward Ray 



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Joyce Robinson 





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Dorothy Rogers 



Rose Ross 



Aletia Rucker 



Elbert Rucker 



Tyrone Rucker 



Kenneth Rushing 




Sandra Townsell 



Tyrone Townsend 



Tony Tribble 



Frances Turner 



Katara Tyler 



Brenda Wade 




Kendrick Wade 



Gloria Warren 



Charles Washington 



Vivan Washington 



Camita Watson 





Lillie Watson 



Angler Weathersby 



Janice Weatherspoon 



Dennis Webb 



Sam Webb Jr. 






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La Wan West 



Marcia Whithead 



Juanita Whittington 




Odel Widson 




Bridget Williams 



Cindy Williams 



Clifton Williams 



Eddie Williams 




Glenda Williams 





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Rebecca Wilson 



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Dennis X 



Mary Young 



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Carol Adams 




Jameco Bell 




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Rochelle Brown 




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Brad Addison 




Rhonda Baker Mona Banks 



Adrian Allen 



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Bernard Barnes 




Kenneth Bell 



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Tasha Bell 



Napleon Brewer Aundrea Brown 



Teresa Brown 



Teresa Brown 





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Shonda Burgess Margaret Burnett 



Annie Burton 




Joyce Allen 



Euric Ards 



Eric Bailey 




Camarian Bays 



De'Shannon Benson 



Fernanda Bee 





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Tekyma Bell 



Reginald Berry 



Micheal Bing 





Edna Brown 



Jakiwyalne Brown LoRunda Brown 





Kisha Bruce Delores Buchannan 




Sondra Burton 



Jeanetta Bush 



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JefTerick Butler 




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Pedro Bee 



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Shirley Binder 




Marcus Brown 




Micheal Buckley Terrence Burrel 

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Dexter Campbell Cynthia Cardnine Sharon Chambers Henry Chapman 



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Sharon Collins 




Darwin Edwards 




Sonya Frazier 



Todd Cook 



Brede Comes Kawanis Crowell MarShauwn Cross Delwanna Curry 




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Delores Daughterity Adam Douglass 



Nita Dumas 



Linda Edmond 



Arkeshey Edwards 





Jennifer Elmore 




Yoarda Errie 



Marcus Erers 



Stacy Flowers Tomeika Flowers 





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Donna Fulton Samantha Gamble Tabitha Garder 



Tina Gardner 




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Neva Granderson There-Sia Graves 



Carlean Gross Angela Gunn Travis Hagan 



Marcus Hall 






Neika Hallie 




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Reginald Hayes 



Algesa Haywood 



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Bobby Haywood 



Fred Haywood Hoses Haywood 



Valeria Hearn 



Fruits of the Vineyard 







Meshall Davis 




Carlos Edwards Cynthia Edwards 




Earstine Fort 




Phillip Garner Anthony Green 




Myra Hall 




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Robert Hamlin Shawana Hampton Angie Hankins Sylvester Harden Pamela Harrell Jennifer Hawkins 



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Detra Holloway 



Tracy Holmes Marquette Hooker Mary Hooper 



Mary Hooper 



Kenneth Hopson Rochelle Hopson 




Tiniki Hunter 



Holly Houston 



Carl Jackson 



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Vanessa Jackson 




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Terrell Jiles 






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Aaron Johnson Curtis Johnson 



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Deckie Johnson Mellissa Johnson Stephanie Johnson Telly Johnson Yolunda Johnson Alshun Jones 



Tammy Jones 



Tyrus Jones 



Micheal Jones Charles Joyce 



David Keeler 



Sherita Jones 




Kelvin Kendrick Shirley Lackey 




Melissa Linzy Rose McClenton Cynthia Mccox LaShunda McGregory Sherilyn McGregory Nora McNeal 



Sharon McNeice 




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Sherlynn Metcalf Senetra Miller 



Shelia Miller 



Tyroni Mitchell 








Efrem Moore 



Carlotta Morten Nathaniel Mosley 



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Tommy Munford Jr. 





Belinda Nurley 



Nicloe Outlaw 



Shelia Outen 



Daryl Peel 





Teres Pigue 



Araddie Pince Lanita Poindexter Tara Pollare 






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Owen Rhodes 





Tommy McNutt Jurius Matthews Damien Mattison Marchella Maxie Debra Maxwell 



Abe Mays 



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Billy Noah 



Sharon Norris 



Dewayne Powell Marcus Reddick 



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Sara Rhodes Earnest Roach Albert Roberson Ruben Sallis 




Renee Melton 




Adrian Moble Earnestine Montgomery Calvin Moore 




Kelvin Nunley 




Derrick Reed 




Charlotte Scott Erendalyn Sculark 




Latsha Shaw 



Leroy Skipper 



Lakisha Smiley 



Melvin Smiley 



Dexter Smith 



LaShawla Smith Mae Ruth Smith 



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Bertha Starnes Carolyn Steward Betty Steward 



Gloria Steward 








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Tyrone Strickland Katrena Stuckley Loise Sutton 




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Jarius Sykes 



Shirley Taylor 




Katrina Thomas Kenneth Thomas 



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Louise Whittake Ondra T Willey Angeline Williams 



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Yolunda Steward Demeirian Stevens Lisa Stevens 




Vanessa Taylor Elizabeth Thomas 




Enous Tisdale 



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Mae Rosie Williams 









Rochelle Williams Tiffany Williams Amy Williams 





Pecola Wilson Latesha Winters Ymika Wood ley Yolanda Woodley 




Patrica Wright 



Peppie Wright 



LaKarl Young 



Linda Young 



Tomeka Young 




C.C.C. Tiny Tigers . . . 

Products of the Vintage 



Ashley Beasley 
Robin Beasley 
Jasmine Broomfield 
Clinton Brown 
Valueiqia Burnett 
Bobbie Chatman 
Shaneeka Chocolate 
Stephanie Coanner 
Brandon Dawson 
Joseph Dawson 





X*S mm . 



Juston Dumas 
Jermey Eubanks 
Arryneshia Fort 
Katrina Harris 
Tiffany Harris 
Octavious Hunter 
Octavious Johnson 
Drake Love 
Willie McNeal 



Darrius Moore 
Kiar Moore 
Jasmine Parker 
Tabita Robinson 
Tusdie Scott 
Melinie Shelton 
Demarcus Stephen 
Lashonda Stephen 





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Coahoma Agricultural 
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1993 Seniors 




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Regina Furdge 



LaTonya Gardner 



Rotonia Gates 



Danny Grantham 





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Latricia Green 





Romero Green 




Eddie Hampton 



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Shunda George 





LaShasa Griffin 




James Harrison 




Jerry Haynes 




Earl Johnson 



Clarissa Holly 






Carolyn Jackson 





Charolette Jackson 




Katie Johnson Lawrence Johnson Antonio Lampkin 
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Mr. Caswell, Mrs. C. Gooden, and Miss M. Shelton view Landscaping Plan. 



Dr. Presley, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Stanton 



Our President and committee walk campus. 




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Landscaping Projects Presented 

Ellen Trainor, Far left, one of the student coordinators for the MSU-CCC-National Park Service Landscape Project shows some specific details 
of her team's project to MSU President Dr. Donald Zacharias, student coordinator Kevin Green, Dr. Vivian Presley, and Robert Stanton of the 
National Park Service. The final presentations were presented at Starkvile Nov. 4. 





Final projects presented for CCC campus 



The three-way partnership be- 
tween Coahoma Community Col- 
lege, Mississippi State University, 
and the National Park Service has 
resulted in three exemplary 
detailed landscape architecture 
plans for the campus of CCC. 

At the recent final presenta- 
tions held on the MSU campus in 
Starkville, CCC President Dr. 
Vivian M. Presley said: "I see 
some things on all three plans that 
we can start using right away. 
Mississippi ETV filmed portions 
of the Nov. 4 presentation featur- 
ing Presley and CCC and aired 
the program on the statewide 
weekly TV series "Farmweek" 
which aired on Nov. 16 and 17. 

Presley is an MSU alum and 
aware of the world-wide recogni- 
tion of the MSU landscape depart- 
ment. CCC's president asked for 
MSU's assistance in the project. 

Mrs. Pat Brown, Vice- 
President for Instruction and 
Community Service Programs has 
worked directly with Department 
of Interior officials and she asked 
the National Park Service to over- 
see the project due to the fact that 
CCC's campus has three histori- 
cal buildings; the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Interior agency wanted to 
insure the preservation of those 
buildings in their traditional form 
and agreed to join the three-way 
partnership. 

Dr. Donald Zacharias, MSU 
president, hosted a luncheon in 
honor of the project and CCC and 
National Park Service officials. 
Along with MSU officials and 
Stanton, the CCC entourage in- 
clude Dr. Presley, Vice-President 
Brown, Dean of Student Affairs 



Claudia Gooden; Freddie Cas- 
well, Charles White, Marion 
Shelton, and Jean Brandon, all of 
the Vocational-Technical Divi- 
sion; and Glynda Duncan, director 
of Public Relations at CCC. 

"We are excited about this 
partnership and look forward to 
future partnerships just like this 
one," Zacharias noted. 

Stanton, who worked closely 
with the MSU Department of 
Landscape Architecture during 
the six-week project period, was 
very pleased with the results. 

"I could not have expected 
anything better from these stu- 
dents. They have done a mar- 
velous job. From their presenta- 
tions, you can see how many long 
hours of research and planning 
has gone into the finished produc- 
ts," complimented Stanton. 

A team Of 23 fifth-year MSU 
Landscape Architecture students 
(under the direction of MSU 
professor Pete Melby) worked ex- 
tensively for six weeks devising 
three separate landscape plans for 
which CCC officials can pick and 
choose to implement on the com- 
munity college campus. 

Although the plans have long- 
range details and involve 
monetary considerations, Presley 
noted that there are several short 
range ideas that can be imple- 
mented within a few months peri- 
od. 

CCC student participation 
was considered in the creation of 
the plans. The MSU landscape ar- 
chitecture students spent three 
days on campus in September re- 
searching CCC traditions, CCC 
student interviews, cultural and 




traditional backgrounds of the 
Mississippi Delta, and other 
aspects involved. 

After the MSU student visita- 
tion to the CCC campus in Sep- 
tember, the National Park Service 
sent representatives to the MSU 
campus to work closely with the 
students in directing them in the 
early stages of their plans. 



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The finished plans are ex 
pected to be displayed soon on tht 
CCC campus in order for faculty 
staff, administration, and studen 
body to view the project results. 

The MSU students who par 
ticipated in the project were Brae 
Stringer and Bill Allshouse, Jack 
son; Chris Nelson and Todc 
Arnold, Pearl; Michael Gulbrand 
sen, Albany, N.Y.; Jody Com 
pton, New Orleans; Catherine 



Pete Melby and Dr. Presley, 
along with Vice President 
Brown, Mr. Wite and Mr. Stan- 
ton walk the Ground to direct 
attention to points of interest. 



landscape 




Wray, Ocala, Fla.; Dave Little, 
Meridian; Mark Jeanfreau, 
Picayune; Matt Anderson and 
Kevin Morgan, Brentwood, 
Tenn.; Stacy Perdue, Albany, Ga.; 
Shara Steen, Kosciusko; Kevin 
Green, Jackson, Tenn.; Scott 
Henderson, Tupelo; Paul Graves, 
Germantown, Tenn. Curt A. 
Tubb, Amory; Robert E. Sargent, 
Ocean Springs; Kim Shaw, Phila- 
delphia; David Nail, Starkville; 
and Ellen Trainor, Marks. 





Pictures 1, 2, and 3 detail the intense interest 
shown by the CCC and MSU committees in 
completing the plans for the future Land- 
scaping of CCC's campus. 




Eloby Exhibit 

at 

Coahoma 

Community 

College 

Henry Dorsey, CCC Fine Arts De- 
partment Chair and Director of Plan- 
ning at Coahoma Community Col- 
lege, invited the CCC-AHS student 
body and faculty staff as well as the 
general public to attend a special 
exhibition of Thomas Eloby works 
displayed in the CCC Fine Arts De- 
partment. The Exhibit was free and 
open to all. This particular exhibit is 
Dorsey's private collection of Thomas 
Eloby's including painting, pencil, 
ink, and crayon drawings, charcoal 
drawings, and mixed media represen- 
tations. 



Mr. Henry Dorsey stands near one of his collections. 





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C.C.C. Receives High Athletics, Academics Award 




Athletics, Academics Recognized 

CCC President Dr. Vivian M. Presley, Second from left, presents the Halbrook Award to CCC Athletic Director George Green for the 
Institution of Higher Learning with the highest graduation rate among its athletes for the previous academic year. Also looking on are (from 
left) Mrs. Pat Brown, Vice-President for Instruction and Community Services; Dr. Presley; Mrs. Rita Hanfor, Director of Admissions; Green; 
and Charles Reid, Vice-President for Institutional Advancement. 



Vintage Makers In All Areas 



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oahoma Community College 



ana \^rrqanizationS 






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"Advancing To The Future" 





Social Science 




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Club Members / Sponsor 



Lorenzo McGregory 
William Moore 
Myron Williams 
Patricia Johnson 
Marcia Martin 
Jessie Hines 
Elizabeth Bonner 
Reginal Clark 
Carolyn Horton 
Milard Jones 
Tamiko Edwards 
Rochelle Hunter 
Mrs. Beatrice Reid 




Club-Organization 





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Government 
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Marquette Hooker, 

Dennis X Jackson 

and Elisabeth Bonner 





Phi Beta Lamda Sponsors: 
Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. Stewart 



Vica Sponsors: 
Mr. Albert, Mr. Caswell, Mr. Weston, Mr. Toliver, and Mr. Hopson. 





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Math and Science Symposium 
Sponsors: Ms. Furdge and Mrs. Catching 

Wesley Foundation 
Sponsors: Mrs. Green and Rev. Pryor 




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Phi Beta Lamda Club Officers 



Drama Club Officers 



Physical Education Club Officers 



Black Literary Society/Drama Club 
Sponsors: Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Reed 






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Pamela Green, Editor Of the CCC-AHS Tribune. 





Gambrell Hall Resident assistants (RAs) are 
(standing) Diana Higgins, Elementary Major from 
Sunflower and Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 
Higgins; (seated from left) Deathere Grandison, 
Administrative Supports Services Major from 
Greenville and daughter of Dorothy Grandison; and 
Amy Willis, Administrative Support Service Major 
of Charleston and daughter of Ella Mae Mitchell. 



CCC Campus Life 




West 
Tally 
Students 
Visit 

ccc 



Twenty-seven freshmen, sophomores, 
juniors, and seniors from West Tal- 
lahatchie High School in Webb and 
instructor Anne Hart-Preuss recently 
visited Coahoma Community College. 
Sheila Porchia-Mapp tours the stu- 
dents through the Printing and Re- 
prographics Lab. The students also 
visited the Drafting and Design Lab, 
the Georgia Lewis Theatre, and the 
Zee A. Barron Student Union. 



Miss CCC, Sandra Herron stands near a 
bulletin board that expresses her sunny posi- 
tive way of life. She is all that the board 
presents. 




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Progressive Investment 

Construction of the $3.5 million New Assembly 
Building on the campus of Coahoma Community 
College is 1 1 days ahead of the project schedule and is 
expected to be completed in February, 1993. 

Roger Givens of the State Employment Security 
Division in Jackson came to Clarksdale in the official 
capacity of observing the state project. Givens, CCC 
President Dr. Vivian Presley, and George Moore, CCC 
consultant to the Construction, toured the 38,000 
square foot construction site with Project Supervisor 
John Morgan of Dunn Construction in Jackson. 

The New Assembly Building will house four class 
rooms, several offices, athlete dressing rooms and 
bathrooms, bathroom facilities for the general public, a 
permanent stage area, and an arena flooring used for 
sporting events. A special protective floor covering will 
be used when the hardcourt is not in use to allow 
seating on the floor. The Arena will seat more than 
4,000 which includes permanent and portable seats. 

The building will also house a press box (located on 
the west side) for sporting events that doubles as a 
control and sound booth for cultural events. A video- 
taping area will be located on the South side of the 
facility mid-way between the home and visitor bench 
areas. A handicap lift will be located on the East side of 
the facility and a special loading area behind the stage 
to the East will allow entry wide enough for unloading 
of large trucks for special equipment, etc. 




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oahoma Community College 



Sports 







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"Full Steam Ahead" 




Different Leaders Same Goals 

The Coahoma Community College football squad has a new leader this year in Coach Melvin Eubanks. The squad has a lot of 
rebuilding to do with such a small number. Only 12 sophomores are back from last year's team. "These kids want to win," says 
Eubanks. "They're going through the play drills and practices at 100 percent." "One big change I'm adjusting to," says the former 
Shaw High School Coach, "is the two year turnover in community college football." Assisting Coach Eubanks is his assistant from 
Shaw Coach Jackson and long time Tiger Coach West. Also, the CCC Lady Tigers and Men Tigers have great expectations for the 
year as they return with many veterans and some top newcomers. Coming off what she termed her most disappointing season as a 
coach, Ella Morris says she hopes this year sees better fortunes for her CCC Lady Tigers. Winners of only four games last year, the 
team lost no less than four players to senior colleges. Just days before opening season. But that was yesterday's news. The Lady 
Tigers are heavy with freshmen this year. Five players are returning from last year's team! They are Sonya Price, Jessica Harper, 
Rose Bryant, Charlotte Artis, and Cindy Williams. Morris says she is expecting two of her freshmen to have an immediate impact 
on the team. Shonda Burgess and Tymeka Bell were high school standouts. "Our goal is to be one of the top three teams at the end of 
the regular season and then come out of the division tournament as one of the players for the state title. The Mighty Tigers also have 
great expectations this year as Coach Washington states, "This is one of those years where we can go to the bench and put a player 
on the floor that has the ability to play as a starter." Washington's prospects are helped out by the return of five sophomores and a 
redshirt freshman to the squad. Charles Cooley, Jeffrey Banks, Lynard Dixon, Kimani Barnes, Townsend Dozier, and Hubert 
Murphey all saw a lot of playtime last year and are expected to anchor the team this year. Roosevelt Robertson is the redshirt 
freshman from T.L. Weston. Washington says that his freshmen rookies will make a difference. 




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Coach Eubanks 
watching carefully. 





Quarterback Brown 
looking for 
a receiver. 




Offensive team ready to score. 



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Coahoma Community College was recognized at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Association of Colleges as the junior college 
with the highest graduation rate among its student athletes for the 1991-92 school year. 

Coahoma received the Halbrook Award for Academic Achievement Among Athletes given in three divisions: Public University, 
Independent College, and Community and Junior College. 

This marks the first time Coahoma has been cited for the award since Mississippi Representative David Halbrook of Belzoni and his brothers 
John and James of Belzoni and J. A. Halbrook of Beaumont, Tex., established the award in 1984. 

The award was passed in House Concurrent Resolution No. 88, and also includes a cash stipend to the honored school. The award is 
administered by the Institutions of Higher Learning, The State Board of Community and Junior Colleges, and the Mississippi Association of 
Independent Colleges. 

Jeffrey Banks and Shirley Artis of Coahoma were also recognized at the annual meeting of college presidents and administrators for having 
the highest academic average at their college. 




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Good defense by 

the Coahoma 

Tigers. 




The offensive team ready to strike 

with Quarterback Micheal Brown 

giving the play. 




Tigers lining up on defense 



Mighty Tigers 
on the attack! 



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The mighty tigers keeping a very 
watchful eye on the play. 







The Tigers receiver gaining huge 
yardage after a short catch. 




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good offense. 




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You can't stop me!! 



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Defensive 
Stop!!! 





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Danny Artis 
on the run. 



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recovering the 

fumble. 









The Tigers game 
face for success. 





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COAHOMA AGGIE TIGERS 


1992 FOOTBALL 






SCHEDULE 




Sept. 4 


Charleston High 7:30 


Home 


Sept. 12 


Coahoma County 7:30 


Away 


Sept. 18 


W. Tallahatchie 7:30 


Home 


Sept. 25 


Leflore County 7:30 


Home 


Oct. 2 


Rosa Fort 7:30 


Home 


Oct. 9 


Winona High 7:30 


Away 


Oct. 16 


Broadstreet High 7:30 


Away 


Oct. 23 


Amanda Elzy 7:30 


Away 


*Oct. 31 


Ruleville Central 1:30 


Home 


Nov. 6 


Rosedale High 7:30 


Home 


* Homecoming 





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(EDITOR'S NOTE: Copj 
deadline for the Tribune was prioi 
to scheduled football games o: 
Coahoma Community College oi 
September 3 and Coahoma Agri 
cultural High School on Septem 
ber 4. Edited preseason article; 
will appear in this Tribune.) 

By JOHN MAYO 

First year head coach A.Bi 
White of the Coahoma Agri 
cultural Aggie Tigers is looking 
forward to a season that rees 
tablishes his alma mater with foot 
ball tradition. 

"We have the makings of a teair 
that is going to win some footbaf 



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fstrong in trenches 



ames. We're young, enthusiastic, 
(■and ready to play. Practice has 
been good. We've shown some 
bright spots, and our weaknesses 
aren't all that glaring," stated the 
Tiger coach. 

Despite just 10 returning letter- 
men from last year, White says 
that Aggie will have a solid offen- 
sive and defensive line with veter- 
ans in the offensive backfield. 

Jerry Haynes, a three-year play- 
er and senior, looks to be the starter 
at quarterback and White feels 
Haynes is a natural athlete and is 
howing that he can lead the team. 

Playing both sides of the line 
Will be tenth grader James Wash- 



ington Jr., one of eight players with 
junior high experience who will 
find a place on the team. At offen- 
sive guard and defensive tackle, 
Washington tips the scales at 230 
pounds. 

"We have put a lot of emphasis 
on conditioning drills," says 
White. "We have enough depth to 
give our starters a breather, but 
until the younger players get 
enough playing experience to read 
defenses and play their positions, 
our experienced people are going 
to play both ways for a while. That 
means they need to be in shape for 
four quarters of football." 







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Dozier for Two. 






Bet You can't take It. 







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Thanks for the push. 





Shake and Bake. 




This Is power. 



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D and balls. 



Watch this shot. 



Stop Pushin'. 



Pass it to Blue. 




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It's MAGIC!!! 

Give me some Room. 

This is too easy. 

I've got the power. 

You missed. 



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Watch this pass. 

Get off my back. 

Throw it up there 





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Boy I'm Tired. 





Look at those handles. 



Dive for it. 




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Hands up for "D" Step. 

What Form!!! 

A hoop and some Arm. 

This is what I call a battle. 






146 





Don't worry we're just relaxing. 




Cindy can shoot j's. 






Coahoma A.H.S. Lady Tigers 

1992-93 




Swish. 




Roach, on the baseline. 



Feed Me!!! 



148 





1992-93 Coahoma 

A.H.S. 

Lady Tigers 



She Moves Like Jordan. 



What in the . 



What's the problem 



Pass it around for a three. 






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Care-Takers of the Vintage . . . 




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Family ! 





Administrators-Faculty- ■ 
Staff - - a part of the whole k 




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CCC Hand-and-Hand Quarterly Newspaper 




Mr. Sneed, student, Mrs. Hunt 



Cosmetology Pre-School Training 





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CCC hosts NASA, USGS 



The Stennis Space Center and the 
United States Geographical Service 
(USGS) has teamed up with Pearl 
River Community College and 
Coahoma Community College to 
bring specialized training to local ar- 
eas throughout the state. As a com- 
munity college, CCC will serve as a 
support system. 

CCC recently hosted a pretraining 
speciality workshop at the new Indus- 
trial Training Center located in the 
Sunbelt Industrial Park on U.S. 
Highway 49. Another pre-training 
session is scheduled before Christmas 
holidays. Mike Snead is CCC's Indus- 
trial Coordinator and Betty Lynn 
Hunt is the Workforce Specialist who 
served as official hosts at the Indus- 
trial Training Center. 

The "model for Technology Trans- 
fer" as it is referred to involves the 
acute detailing, photographing, and 
digitalizing information of land 
forms, etc. of Mississippi so it can be 



programmed into computer form and 
be utilized through these various par- 
ticipating departments, agencies, etc. 

As stated in the pre-training work- 
shop, the uses for such information are 
endless. Workshop participants named 
such uses as flood control, crop informa- 
tion and yields, water conservation, use 
in public utilities, etc. 

More than 30 persons participated 
representing city and county govern- 
ments, public utilities, water manage- 
ment organizations, architectural 
firms, the Yazoo Mississippi Levee 
Board, the North Delta Planning and 
Development Center, Agricultural 
Stabilization and Conservation Ser- 
vice, Soil and Water Conservation 
Department, and Soil Conservation 
Services in the Clarksdale and 
Coahoma County area as well as 
Quitman County and Greenwood. 

Pearl River Community College's 
Industrial Coordinator Alec Ross, 
formerly of Clarksdale and formerly 



holding that position of CCC, 
brought the experts together from the 
USGS and Stennis Space Center 
along with Pearl River's Geographical 
Informations Systems Coordinator 
Jerry Coleman to bring this spe- 
cialized training to all areas who are 
interested in participating. 

CCC's roll in this effort is to "gath- 
er data and make it available to trans- 
fer to participating agencies, etc." 
said Ross. CCC will also provide 
space for training in the system and 
other support services. 

Daniel Lee of Stennis Space Cen- 
ter and Billy Tolar of USGS both 
demonstrated their particular areas 
of expertise. Lee demonstrated how 
all digitalized information can be 
computer programmed to utilize that 
data effectively and efficiently. Tolar 
showed how already existing 
"printed" maps of geographic areas 
and origins can be digitalized into 
computer form for use in the system. 





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CCC's Industrial Training Center recently hosted a pretraining workshop in 
conjunction with NASA and the Stennis Space Center and the United States 
Geographical Service (USGS). (Top photo) Bill Tolar of the USGS discusses 
topographical maps with a Publics Utility representative. (Center photo) 
Guest from local architectural firms, the Mississippi Yazoo Levee Board, and 
other interested agencies take a closer look at Coahoma County's layout. 
(Bottom photo) Jerry Coleman, Pearl River Community College's Geographi- 
cal Information Systems coordinator, assisted in bringing the workshop to 
CCC and addresses the more than 30 participants from Coahoma and 
Quitman Counties and the City of Greenwood. 




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"Omega . . . Alpha" 




Clinton is the winner at CCC. 

The student body of CCC-AHS must have had the hand on the pulse of the nation as the students went to the polls before the official 
Presidential election, November 3. 

The CCC student body elected Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton as the next president of the United States. 

Clinton received 150 votes. Lenora Falari, the only Black female candidate, received 35 votes. Ross Perot, Texas billionaire, received 16 
votes, and President George Bush finished with 1 1 votes. A total of 226 votes were cast. 





Band Booster Club Officers 





Officers for the 1992-93 Band Booster Club are (from Left) President 
Willie Kinard, Vice-president Willie Pole; Secretary Barbara 
Thompson; Treasurers Rita Hanfor and Wairnetter Reddick, Business 
Managers Joyce Prior and Ted Winters; and Band Director Ray Brooks. 





CCC Marching Band under the 
Direction of Mr. Ray Charles Brooks. 




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Another year has come to a close. Time seemed to have 
flown with its high and low points. Along with our sponsor, 
the Coahomian annual staff has tried our best to capture 
the events, and campus life at Coahoma Community 
College. We have tried to incorporate the changes that 
have taken place here at Coahoma Community College in 
our theme "A Change in Vintage". 

It is our hope that the 1992-93 Coahomian, will bring 
you joy, pride, and entertainment for years to come. 

I would like to thank you, the students, faculty and staff 
of Coahoma Community College. I'd like to especially 



Message 

thank Mr. John Mayo and Mr. Troy Catchings, our 
photographers. Special thanks to Miss Powell, who al- 
lowed us to express our creativity in putting the yearbook 
together. I can't close without thanking the annual staff: 
Elbert, Tom, Chris, Lanail, Tyrone, Calvin, and Eric for 
the long hours of hard as well as fun work it took to make 
this years annual a success. 

I'll leave this thought for you. It isn't enough to have a 
good mind; the main thing is to use it well. 

Cynthia Edwards 
Editor-in-Chief 




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